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Sundance reveals H&M look, adds Sunglass Hut

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Sundance Square has revealed the exterior of H&M’s downtown location with a new scrim that indicates how the new store at Commerce and Third streets will look.

H & M, Hennes & Mauritz, is one of the world’s largest fashion retailers famous for fashion-forward apparel at affordable prices. With approximately 31,000 square feet on four levels, the new location at Sundance Square, will open this winter and will be the seventh location in North Texas for H&M.

Sundance Square announced earlier this week that Sunglass Hut will open an 859-square-foot store in the Westbrook Building on Fourth Street. Sunglass Hut will immediately begin construction with the opening planned during the holidays.

“We continue to add national retailers to Sundance Square in the soft good and apparel categories,” said Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square. “We have a perfect mix of retail, restaurants, and entertainment for the 10 million people who visit Sundance Square annually. Of course, we are always talking to national retailers about Sundance Square and exploring opportunities for growth.”

In the past year, Sundance Square has opened several retailers, including Overland Sheepskin Company and White House Black Market.

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